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Sunday, June 5th 2016

Ramblin’ Rose South Charlotte takes place in early June at the Harris YMCA, conveniently located in the South Park area of Charlotte. It benefits Tri It For Life as well as the the Harris YMCA’s many important community outreach programs. This event is in its fourth season for 2016 and is a popular location on the Ramblin’ Rose Women’s Triathlon Tour!

We hope you’ll join us on Sunday, June 5th!

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